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Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a neurodegenerative disorder caused by recurrent mild traumatic brain injuries (TBI), which are commonly a result of sports injuries.  Given the popularity of contact sports, research on the prevalence and development of CTE has grown in recent years. One study examining the brains of professional football players post-mortem has confirmed […]

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10 Things to ask people who might have had a brain injury

Sometimes when professionals deal with mental health problems, there are symptoms which are perplexing, such as unexplained memory problems, word finding difficulties, being suddenly irritable— all of which are out of character either in with respect to therapist view or the patient. This might be due to a mild brain injury.  Keep in mind that […]

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Biofeedback and Extended Time on Standardized Tests at the Brain Clinic N.Y. The Brain Clinic. The best neuropsychological testing and treatment center in New York, NY. James L. Thomas, Ph.D. Do You Have A.D.D.

Engaging in neurofeedback requires a strong commitment, as people may not experience the beneficial effects until 15 or more sessions. Some people will require forty or more sessions. It is usually not helpful for people to engage in a highly limited number of sessions, as change does not often occur quickly. It requires a time […]

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STUDY: Neurofeedback and Depression

Did you know that an estimated 20% of the population experiences bouts of depression at some point in their life? Those who experience major depressive disorder sometimes do not experience relief from their symptoms with medications and cognitive therapies. A new study examines the effects of Neurofeedback in conjuction with f-MRI in treating depression. With Neurofeedback, […]

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